At the Lake Essential Oil Diffuser Blend

Posted by on 7/28/2016 to DIY Ideas with Essential Oils
At the Lake Essential Oil Aromatherapy Diffuser Blend

3 parts pine oil

Enjoy this relaxing blend while you are at the lake or just thinking about going to the lake. Combine all the oils together and Diffuse in your favorite essential oil diffuser.

Pine essential oil is the oil obtained from the tree commonly known as pine, which has the Latin or scientific name Pinus Sylvestris. It is believed that this tree originated in Austria and Russia before spreading to different parts of the world. If you are still not sure what tree we are referring to, you have probably seen it used as a Christmas tree all over the world! One of the reasons that pine oil has become such an important element in supplemental health is its availability. It is relatively easy to make pine essential oil, and pine trees grow in huge numbers all over the world.
Some of the common uses for pine essential oil includes:
helps treat eczema, psoriasis, pimples and scabies
reduces inflammation of gall bladder
stimulates frequency and quantity of urination
improves metabolism and eye health
treats boils, cuts, sports injuries and athletes foot
aids in curing respiratory problems, cough and cold

Peppermint is a hybrid species of spearmint and water mint (Mentha aquatica). The essential oils are gathered by steam distillation of the fresh aerial parts of the flowering plant. Peppermint essential oil gives a cooling sensation and has a calming effect on the body, which can relieve sore muscles when used topically. It also has antimicrobial properties so it can help freshen bad breath and soothe digestive issues. Peppermint oil is recommended for its anti-nausea benefits and soothing effects on the gastric lining and colon because of its ability to reduce muscle spasms. The health benefits of peppermint oil as well as peppermint oil uses have been documented back to 1,000 BC and have been found in several Egyptian pyramids.
Some of the most common peppermint oil uses include:

Reduces stomach aches
Soothe digestive issues
Freshens bad breath
Relieves headaches
Antimicrobial properties
Improves mental focus
Clears respiratory tract
Boosts energy
Releases tight muscles

Lavender (lavandula angustifolia) is the most versatile of all essential oils. Most commonly known for its relaxing effects on the body, therapeutic-grade lavender has been highly regarded for the skin. It may be used to cleanse cuts, bruises and skin irritations. The fragrance is calming, relaxing and balancing – physically and emotionally. Carrying a bottle of lavender around with you is like having your own personal first aid kit, perfume and pick-me-up. Rub 2-3 drops of lavender oil in your cupped palms, then use the inhalation method to draw the scent all the way into your amygdala gland (the emotional warehouse) in your brain to calm the mind. Then, rub on the feet, temples, wrists (or anywhere) for an immediate calming effect on the body.
Some of the most common lavender uses include:

Used as a Sleep aid
Stops itching and swelling of bee sting / Insect bite
Relieves minor burns
Eczema / Dermatitis
Alleviates nausea or motion sickness
Helps to stop nosebleeds
Relieves dry or chapped skin
Hay fever.
Cold sores.

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